E. W. Moore Squadron
Location: Austin Texas
January 14, 2018 E. W. Moore Squadron quarterly meeting, Admiral Steven S. von Roeder will take command for the next two years.
4:09 PM (19 hours ago)
Season’s Greetings Admirals and Line Officers All!
Prepare to set your sails next month for our quarterly E. W. Moore Squadron meeting Sunday, January 14th, at 1300 hours (1 PM) at Big Daddy’s Burgers & Bar, 9070 Research Blvd., Suite 101, Austin, TX 78758 in the Crossroads Center near Hwy 183 and Burnet Road.
This is our squadron’s new Home Port and we are grateful to Jeff Musil, Owner/Operator, for allowing us to meet in his “Raider Room” for our future quarterly meetings. Jeff is allowing us to hold our quarterly meetings at Big Daddy’s at no charge. All he asks is that those attending please enjoy their menu items:
Our honored guest speaker is Dr. Frank De la Tejas speaking about the “Texas & Mexican Navies and the Yucatan.”
We will secure at 1500 hours (3 PM) as is our tradition.
This email is just to let you know that we have reached an agreement with Big Daddy’s and we are grateful for it so you can plan accordingly!
More to come……
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Wayne A. Courreges Jr.
Edwin Ward Moore Squadron
Texas Navy Association
contact via firstname.lastname@example.org
Commander - Admiral Wayne Courreges
Deputy Commander - Admiral Mike Young
Squadron Chaplain - Admiral Gordon Kelso
Delegate to the TNA Board - Admiral Karen Thompson
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Ahoy E. W. Moore Squadron Officers All! September 21, 2016
Admiral Karen Thompson did an outstanding job today putting together the Texas Navy Ceremony honoring the three veterans buried at the Texas State Ceremony.
The ceremony honored all three with a Texas Navy Medallion on their headstones.
We had over thirty Compatriots in attendance!
Our next quarterly E. W. Moore Squadron meeting is October 9th, at the Texas Land & Cattle Restaurant in the Longhorn Room beginning sharply at 1 PM (1300 hours).
We have two guest speakers. First, immediate past TNA President Admiral Bill Turner will be speaking to us regarding Texas Navy Association topics that are near and dear to his heart and to bring us up to date on many TNA activities and efforts going on right now.
Second, our very own Admiral Gordon Kelso, will share a story regarding a very important lady in early Texas history that lived here in Austin. I have heard his story before at a Sons of the Republic of Texas gathering and it is very interesting!
Please mark your calendar and we looking forward to you and your favorite shipmate joining us for fun, fellowship and good food!